Vote: Does violence in the U.S. make you reconsider travelling there?

Do the attacks in the U.S. make you reconsider traveling south of the border?

In the month of January, 3.6 million Canadians crossed into the United States, according to StatsCan. Some wondered if the inauguration of President Trump would stop Canadians from traveling to the U.S. but traffic across the border remained at a steady rate.

In the last few months, however, the U.S. has experienced a tragic amount of violent attacks, most recently with the shooting at a Texas church over the weekend that killed over two dozen parishioners. Earlier this month, 8 were killed when a truck was intentionally driven into a crowd of people and in October, four Canadians were killed in the Las Vegas shooting that claimed the lives of 54 others.

With the recent string of violent attacks in the U.S., are Canadians still traveling to the States? Or are you reconsidering our options? Vote below and let us know.